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D2 WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BOWLING 8:30 p.<n. — PBA Bowling, Touring Pro-Senior Doubles tournament, ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY 8:30 p.m. — NHL Hockey, NY Rangers at New Jersey, ESPN2, cable 39. 8 p.m. — NHL Hockey, St. Louis at Colorado, PRIME, cable 37. RADIO GENERAL 5:30 p.m. — Coors Light Sportstalk Show, KSAL.1150-AM. Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eatt W L T PcL PF PA Buffalo 5 3 0 .625 129 145 Indianapolis 530 .625 140 145 New England 530 .625 202 165 Miami 4 4 0 .500 178 150 N.Y. Jets 180 .111 145 233 Central Pittsburgh 6 2 0 .750 164 120 Houston 530 .625 183 153 Baltimore 350 .375 196 232 Jlcksonville 3 6 0 .333 172 181 Cincinnati 2 6 0 .250 156 181 West Denver 7 1 0 .875 223 134 Kansas City 5 3 0 .625 158 142 Oakland 4 4 0 .500 179 148 San Diego 4 4 0 .500 172 199 Seattle 350 .375 141 200 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Ea»t W L T PcL PF PA Washington 7 1 0 .875 192 115 Philadelphia 6 2 0 .750 180 158 Dallas 5 3 0 .625 165 117 Arizona 350 .375 119 188 N.Y. Giants 350 .375 124 154 Central Green Bay 710 .875 240 99 Minnesota 5 3 0 .625 140 131 Detroit 4 4 0 .500 169 159 Chicago 350 .375 119 165 Tampa Bay 1 7 0 .125 85 165 Wett San Francisco 6 2 0 .750 193 115 Carolina 5-30 .625 173 111 New Orleans 2 6 0 .250 121 160 SI Louis 2 6 0 .250 136 222 Atlanta 0 8 0 .000 140 227 Sunday's Garnet Philadelphia 20, Carolina 9 Washington 31, Indianapolis 16 Cincinnati 28, Jacksonville 21 New York Giants 35, Detroit 7 Pittsburgh 20, Atlanta 17 Baltimore 37, St Louis 31, OT San Francisco 10, Houston 9 Green Bay 13, Tampa Bay 7 Dallas 29, Miami 10 Denver 34, Kansas City 7 New York Jets 31, Arizona 21 Seattle 32, San Diego 13 New England 28, Buffalo 25 Open date: New Orleans. Oakland Monday's Game Chicago 15, Minnesota 13 Sunday, Nov. 3 Arizona at New York Giants, noon Carolina at Atlanta, noon Cincinnati at Baltimore, noon Detroit at Green Bay, noon Philadelphia at Dallas, noon SI Louis at Pittsburgh, noon San Diego at Indianapolis, noon Tampa Bay at Chicago, noon Kansas City at Minnesota, 3 p.m. Houston at Seattle, 3 p.m. Miami at New England, 3 p.m. Washington at Buffalo, 3 p.m. San Francisco at New Orleans, 7 p.m. Open date: Jacksonville, New York Jets Monday, Nov. 4 Denver at Oakland, 8 p.m. BEARS 15, VIKINGS 13 Late Monday First downs Rushes-yards Punt Returns Klckoff Returns Interceptions Ret. Comp-Alt-Int Sacked-Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time ol Possession Chicago Minnesota Chi Mln 18 16 29-96 14-11. 180 268 0-0 2-11 5-129 4-63 1-0 2-0 23-35-2 25-41-1 1-7 5-29 3-40.0 4-31.0 0-0 4-1 6-63 12-75 32:39 27:21 2 13 0 0—15 3 0 10 0—13 First Quarter Min—FG Slsson 41,9:07. Chi—Safety, Minefield blocked punt out ol end zone, 13:36. Second Quarter Chi—FG Jaeger 41,11:19. Chi—Salaam 1 run (Jaeger kick), 14:22. Chi—FG Jaeger 44,14:55. Third Quarter Min—Ismail 54 pass from Moon (Sisson kick), 3:31. Min—FG Slsson 43,13:05. A—58,143. CM Mln First downs 18 16 Rushes-yards 29-96 14-11 Passing 180 268 Punt Returns 0-0 2-11 Kfckolf Returns 5-129 4-63 Interceptions Ret 1-0 2-0 Comp-Att-Int 23-35-2 25-41-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-7 5-29 Punts 3-40.0 4-31.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 4-1 Penalties-Yards 6-83 12-75 Time ol Possession 32:39 27:21 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Chicago, R.Harris 15-61, Salaam 11 -36, T.Carter t -0, Krieg 2-(mlnus 1). Mlnneso ta, Graham 4-8, Evans 2-6, R.Smith 4-(minus 1) Lee 4-(minus 2). PASSING—Chicago, Krteg 23-35-2-187. Min nesota, Moon 15-26-1-218, B.Johnson 10-15-079. RECEIVING-Chkago, Tlmpson 7-78, Con way 5-68, Wetnlghl 5-19, Jennings 3-19 T.Carter 2-1, Engram 1-2. Minnesota, Reed 11 153, Lee 5-36, C.Carter 5-34, Ismail 3-70 Evans 1-4. MISSED FIELD GOALS—Chicago. Jaeger 44 (WL), 46 (WR); Minnesota, Slsson 48 (BL). NFL statistics TOTAL YARDAGE AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE OFFENSE Yards Rush Pass Denver 3289 1378 1891 acksonvllle 3320 948 2372 Baltimore 2847 824 2023 Oakland 2834 1106 1728 New York Jets 2996 967 2029 New England 2644 799 1845 ^ittsburgh 2603 1079 1524 Seattle 2542 902 1640 Buffalo 2428 948 1480 Houston 2416 952 1464 Miami 2394 785 1609 San Diego 2384 644 1740 ndlanapolls 2367 768 1599 Kansas City 2310 794 1516 Cincinnati 2242 772 1470 DEFENSE Yards Rush Pass Denver 2134 591 1543 'Ittsburgh 2203 764 1439 Jacksonville 2579 866 1713 Buffalo 2320 733 1587 Houston 2359 700 1659 Oakland 2407 703 1704 ndianapolls 2501 812 1689 Seattle 2596 1076 t520 Miami 2642 784 1858 Kansas City 2667 962 1705 Cincinnati 2705 838 1687 New England 2713 725 1988 New York Jets 3079 1229 1850 Baltimore 2898 1066 1832 San Diego 2930 973 1957 NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE OFFENSE Yards Rush Pass Green Bay 2622 941 1881 Philadelphia 2766 952 1814 San Francisco 2664 856 1628 Detroit 2651 810 1841 Washington 2651 1134 1517 Minnesota 2598 792 1806 Atlanta 2587 715 1872 Dallas 2462 778 1684 Carolina 2432 891 1541 Arizona 2381 843 1538 Chicago 2367 779 1588 New Orleans 2193 661 1532 New York Giants 1993 790 1203 Tampa Bay 1993 663 1330 St. Louis 1932 669 1263 DEFENSE Yards Rush Pass Green Bay 1948 582 1366 Dallas 1981 698 1285 San Francisco 2219 724 1495 Philadelphia 2312 747 1565 Carolina 2342 720 1622 Minnesota 2382 856 1526 New York Giants 2527 1024 1503 Arizona 2558 929 1629 Chicago 2804 820 1784 Detroit 2610 857 1753 Tampa Bay 2615 1078 1537 New Orleans 2680 1178 1502 Atlanta 2686 906 1782 Washington 2794 1048 1746 St. Louis 3115 953 2162 AVERAGE PER GAME AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE OFFENSE Yards Rush Pass Denver 408.6 172.3 236.4 Jacksonville 368.9 105.3 263.6 Baltimore ' 355.9 103.0 252.9 Oakland 354.3 138.3 216.0 New York Jets 33Z9 107.4 225.4 New England 330.5 99.9 230.6 Pittsburgh 325.4 134.9 190.5 Seattle 317.8 112.8 205.0 Buffalo 303.5 118.5 165.0 Houston 302.0 119.0 183.0 Miami 299.3 98.1 201.1 San Diego 298.0 60.5 217.5 Indianapolis 295.9 96.0 199.9 Kansas City 288.8 99.3 169.5 Cincinnati 280.3 96.5 183.8 DEFENSE Yards Rush • Pass Denver • 266.8 73.9 192.9 Pittsburgh 275.4 95.5 179.9 Jacksonville 286.6 96.2 190.3 Buffalo 290.0 91.6 198.4 Houston 294.9 87.5 207.4 Oakland 300.9 67.9 213.0 Indianapolis 312.6 101.5 211.1 Seattle 324.5 134.5 190.0 Miami 330.3 98.0 232.3 Kansas City 333.4 120.3 213.1 Cincinnati 338.1 104.8 233.4 New England 339.1 90.6 248.5 New York Jets 342.1 136.6 205.6 Baltimore 382.3 133.3 229.0 San Diego 366.3 121.6 244.6 NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE OFFENSE Yards Rush Pass Green Bay 352.8 117.6 235.1 Philadelphia 345.8 119.0 226.8 San Francisco 335.5 107.0 228.5 Detroit 331.4 101.3 230.1 Washington 331.4 141.8 189.6 Minnesota 324.6 99.0 225.6 Atlanta 323.4 89.4 234.0 Dallas 307.8 97.3 210.5 Carolina 304.0 111.4 192.6 Arizona 297.6 105.4 192.3 Chicago 295.9 97.4 198.5 New Orleans 274.1 82.6 191.5 New York Giants 249.1 98.8 150.4 Tampa Bay 249.1 82.9 166.3 St. Louis 241.5 83.6 157.9 DEFENSE Yards Rush Pass Green Bay 243.5 72.8 170.8 Dallas 247.6 87.0 160.6 San Francisco 277.4 90.5 186.9 Philadelphia 289.0 93.4 195.6 Carolina 292.8 90.0 202.8 Minnesota 297.8 107.0 190.8 New York Giants 315.9 128.0 187.9 Arizona 319.8 116.1 203.6 Chicago 325.5 102.5 223.0 Detroit 326.3 107.1 219.1 Tampa Bay 326.9 134.8 192.1 New Orleans 335.0 147.3 187.8 Atlanta 338.0 113.3 222.6 Washington 349.3 131.0 218.3 St. Louis 389.4 119.1 270.3 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS National Football Conference Quarterback* Art Com Yds TD Int Favre, G.B. 271 158 1965 21 6 Alkman, Dal. 248 159 1744 10 5 Detmer, Phi. 120 72 926 5 3 Frerolte, Was. 204 122 1566 6 5 S. Young, S.F. 118 77 887 3 4 K. Graham, Ariz 210 120 1317 10 5 Mitchell, Del. 266 153 1824 14 11 Grbac, S.F. 133 77 799 7 5 Peete, Phi. 134 80 992 3 5 Banks, St.L 153 84 1074 7 7 Ruthera Art Yds Avg LG TD Allen, Was. 186 803 4.3 491 13 Walters, Phi. 175 782 4.5 561 7 Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30 VOLLEYBALL Kansas Wesleyan at Southwestern, 6 p.m. Brown Mackle at Sterling JV. 5:30 p.m. Rob. Smith, Mln. 162 692 4.3 57 3 Sanders, Del. 145 645 4.4 541 3 E. Smith, Dal. 163 606 3.7 18 7 Anderson, All. 118 584 4.9 24 3 Hampton, NY-G 153 501 3.3 25 0 Bennett, G.B. 115 490 4.3 23 1 ohnson, Car. 110 471 .J.3 29 1 Johnson, Ariz 77 447 5.8 701 2 Receiver! No Yds Avg LG TD Moore, Del. 59 772 13.1 501 7 Rice, S.F. 55 696 12.7 39 4 Centers, Ariz 53 389 7.3 21 4 Conway, Chi. 47 626 13.3 581 3 Reed, Mln. 43 750 17.4 71 2 Bruce, St.L 43 694 16.1 55 3 Carter, Min. 43 544 12.7 40 4 Perriman, Del. 41 447 10.9 34 3 Mathls, Atl. 40 490 12.3 55 5 Fryar, Phi. 39 569 14.6 42 5' Puntera No Yds LG Avg Sauerbrun, Chi. 41 1921 72 46.9 Landeta, St.L 41 1889 70 46.1 urk, Was. 39 1743 59 44.7 Royals, Del. 43 1904 60 44.3 HBntrich, G.B. 33 1446 63 43.9 Thompson, S.F. 40 1746 57 43.7 Hutton, Phi. 41 1783 60 43.5 Bamhardt, T.B. 34 1464 62 43.1 Scoring Touchdowns TD Rush Rec Ret Pts Allen, Was. 13 13 0 0 78 E. Smith, Dal. 10 7 3 0 60 Moore, Del. 7 0 7 0 42 Walters, Phi. 7 7 0 0 42 Jackson, Q.B. 6 0 6 0 36 Mathls. Atl. 5 0 5 0 32 Freeman, G.B. 5 0 5 0 30 Fryar, Phi. 5 0 5 0 30 Popson, S.F. 5 0 5 0 30 Rice, S.F. 5 1 4 0 30 Walls, Car. 5 0 5 0 30 Kicking PAT FG LG Pts Kasay, Car. 13-14 22-27 53 79 Jacke, G.B. 26-27 14-18 53 68 Wilklns, S.F. 21-21 14-16 48 63 Anderson, Phi. 19-19 13-15 46 58 Slsson, Mln. 14-14 14-18 44 56 Bonlol, Dal. 16-17 '13-17 52 55 Andersen, Atl. 12-12 12-14 54 48 Blanton, Was. 24-24 8-11 50 48 Dalulso, NY-G 11-11 11-14 39 44 Lohmlller, St.L 12-13 10-12 50 42 Punters No Yds LG Avg Sauerbrun, Chi. ' 41 1921 72 46.9 Landeta, St.L 41 1889 70 46.1 Turk, Was. 39 1743 59 44.7 Royals, Del. 43 1904 60 44.3 Hentrich, G.B. 33 1448 63 43.9 Thompson, S.F. 40 1746 57 43.7 Hutton, Phi. 41 1783 60 43.5 Bamhardt, T.B. 34 1464 62 43.1 Big 12 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Leading Rushers Car Yd. Avg Yds-pg T.Davls.lowaS 252 1423 5.6 203.2 • Hanspard.TxTech 252 1611 6.4 201.3 D.Thompsn.OklaSt 212 1109 5.2 138.6 Henley.Kansas 175 790 4.5 131.6 Parker.Okla 110 763 6.9 109.0 Williams/Texas 117 732 6.3 104.5 Green.Neb 102 528 5.2 68.0 Douglas.Baylor 100 594 5.9 64.8 Troutman.Colo 112 506 4.5 84.3 J.AIIen.Okla 118 567 4.8 81.0 Parker,TexA&M 131 616 4.7 77.0 Evans.Neb 58 413 7.1 68.8 Henry.Colo 97 445 4.6 63.5 West,Mo 81 444 5.5 63.4 Jones.Mo 70 442 6.3 63.1 Lawrence.KanSt 128 497 3.9 62.1 Bennlng.Neb 62 367 5.9 61.1 Olrvo.Mo 89 423 4.6 60.4 Chartes.KanSt 92 455 4.9 56.8 A.Richdsn,OklaSt 78 406 5.2 50.7 Bemard.TexA&M 58 396 6.8 49.5 Hall.TexA&M 53 394 7.4 49.2 Frosl.Neb 73 289 4.0 41.2 Hardeman.TexA&M 53 325 6.1 40.6 Blackwell.Mo 50 284 5.7 40.5 Leading Passers Rating Art Cp Yds Td Pis Detmer.Colo 223 135 1934 14 147.8 AHred.Baylor 107 59 814 8 140.0. Kavanagh.KanSt 199 118 1401 14 138.6 Frost.Neb 109 56 849 7 134.3 Watson.Baylor 68 39 439 5 130.0 Johner.Kansas 163 88 1133 10 128.9 Walton/Texas 50 31 375 1 127.6 Doxzon.lowaSt 148 83 1020 9 125.9 Jones.OklaSI 144 78 971 7 121.3 J.Brown.Texas 165 68 1162 8 120.0 Fuente.Okla 169 83 1168 8 115.7 Stewart.TexA&M 232 120 1558 8 113.5 Skomla.Mo 96 53 606 5 110.8 Rutz.Kansas 33 17 189 2 107.5 Jones.Mo 62 29 327 4 105.9 Lethridge,TxTech200 84 1065 7 94.3 Chatoupka.OklaSt 45 15 269 1 86.4 Total Offense Ydi Avg Yds-pg Detmer,Cp,lo 1937 7.7 276.7 T.Davis.lowaSI 1423 5.6 203.2 Hanspard.TxTech 1611 6.3 201.3 Stewart.TexMM 1570 5.6 196.2 Doxzon.lowaSt 1165 5.7 169.2 J.Brown.Texas 1175 6.3 167.6 Jones.OklaSt 1144 5.8 163.4 Frost.Neb 1138 6.2 162.5 Fuente.Okla 1128 5.9 161.1 Lethrldge.TxTech 1268 4.2 158.5 Johner.Kansas 1109 5.3 158.4 Kavanagh.KanSt 1255 5.1 158.8 D.Thompsn.OklaSt 1109 5.2 138.6 Henley.Kansas 790 4.5 131.6 Jones.Mo 769 5.8 109.6 Parker.Okla 763 6.9 109.0 Altred.Baylor 735 5.4 105.0 Wllllams.Texas 732 6.2 104.5 Green.Neb 528 5.1 88.0 Skomla.Mo 696 5.6 85.1 Douglas.Baylor 594 5.9 84.8 Troutman.Colo 506 4.5 84.3 J.AIIen.Okla 567 4.8 61.0 Parker,TexA&M 616 4.6 77.0 Watson.Baylor 432 4.7 72.0 Receiving Gnu Ct Yds Ct-pg Connell.TexMM 8 49 716 6.1 Lockett.KanSt 8 46 599 5.7 Carruth.Colo 7 34 657 4.6 Adams,Texas 7 30 521 4.2 Byrd.Kansas 7 26 431 4.0 Savoy.Coto 7 26 346 3.7 S.AIexndr.Okla 6 21 426 3.5 Pegross.Baylor 7 24 467 3.4 Muhammad.Baylor 7 24 267 3.4 Hawkins.TexA&M 8 27 319 3.3 Mayes.OklaSt 7 23 451 3.2 McDanlel.Okla 7 21 433 3.0 E.WIIIams.lowaSt 7 21 313 3.0 Jenklns.Mo 7 21 306 3.0 Henley.Kansas 6 17 171 2.8 Lawrence.KanSt 6 22 148 2.7 Watley.lowaSt 7 19 274 2.7 Kldd.Colo 7 18 269 2.5 Anderson.Colo 6 13 246 2.1 Vann.Kansas 7 15 213 2.1 Ftegerld.Texas 7 15 185 2.1 Wllllams.Texas 7 15 140 2.1 Anderson.KanSt 6 17 239 ' 2.1 Troutman.Colo 6 12 154 2.0 Hanspard.TxTech 8 15 153 1.8 Receiving Yards Per Game Gmi Ct Yds YdsPg Carruth.Colo 7 34 657 93.86 Connell.TexA&M 8 49 716 89.50 Lockett.KanSt 6 46 599 74.66 Adams.Texas 7 30 521 74.43 S.AIexndr.Okla 6 21 426 71.00 'egross.Baylor 7 24 467 66.71 Mayes.OklaSt 7 23 451 64.43 McDanlel.Okla 7 21 433 61.86 Byrd.Kansas 7 28 431 61.57 Savoy.Colo 7 26 346 49.43 E.Willams.lowaSt 7 21 313 44.71 Jenklns,Mo 7 21 306 43.71 Anderson.Colo 6 13 246 41.00 HawklnsJexA&M 8 27 319 39.88 Walley.lowaSI 7 19 274 39.14 Kldd.Colo 7 18 269 38.43 Muhammad.Baylor 7 24 267 36.14 Holbeln.Neb 7 13 218 31.14 Vann.Kansas 7 15 213 30.43 Anderson,KanSI 8 17 239 29.88 Henley.Kansas 6 17 171 28.50 Morris,TxTech 6 13 221 27.63 Fitegertd.Texas 7 15 185 26.43 Brooks.Mo 7 12 185 26.43 Vedral.Neb 7 10 165 26.43 TEAM LEADERS Rushing Offense Car Yds Yds-pg Nebraska 404 2127 303.9 Texas Tech 432 2276 264.5 Iowa St. " 340 1795 256.4 Missouri 337 1706 243.7 Oklahoma St. 401 1865. 235.6 Texas ASM 363 1863 232.9 Oklahoma 278 1368 195.4 Texas 270 1295 185.0 Kansas 327 1156 165.1 Colorado 272 1126 '160.9 Baylor 283 1113 159.0 Kansas St. 315 992 124.0 Pasting Offense AN Cp Yds Yds-pg Colorado 250 148 2116 302.3 Texas . 223 122 1558 222.8 Oklahoma 217 101 1516 216.6 . Texas ASM 243 125'1625 203.1 Kansas'St. 2181261519189.9 Kansas 198 105 1322 188.9 Baylor 175 98 1253 179.0 Oklahoma St. 192 95 1256 157.0 Iowa St. 148 83 1020 145.7 Missouri 160 84 963 137.6 Nebraska 126 63 959 137.0 Texas Tech . 202 85 1074 134.3 Total Offense Playt Yds Yds-pg Colorado 522 3242 463.1 Nebraska 530 3066 440.8 Texas ASM 606 3488 436.0 Texas Tech 634 3350 418.7 Oklahoma 495 2864 412.0 Texas 493 2853 407.5 Iowa St. 488 2815 402.1 Oklahoma St. 593 3141 392.6 Missouri 497 2669 381.2 Kansas 525 2476 354.0 Baylor 456 2366 338.0 Kansas St. 533 2511 313.8 Rushing Defense Car Yds Yda-pg Nebraska 265 431 61.6 Texas A&M 297 732 91.5 Colorado 247 672 96.0 Texas Tech 291 912 114.0 Oklahoma 310 992 141.7 Kansas St. 358 1319 164.9 Kansas 293 1310 187.1. Texas 318 1402 200.3 Missouri 318 1549 221.3 Oklahoma St. 336 1857 232.1 Iowa St. 299 1761 251.6 Baylor 329 1805. 257.9 Passing Defense Alt Cp Yds Tdt Pit Kansas St. 225 68 1051 8 80.30 Nebraska 199 91 1171 4 90.74 Texas Tech 238 102 1558 6 96.92 Texas 199 97 1167 5 98.26 Colorado 240 122 1525 8 109.37 Baylor 204 96 1376 9 110.43 Texas A&M 265 144 1861 13 123.48 Oklahoma St. 186 101 1574 6 130.65 Missouri 136 78 1019 10 135.21 Kansas 193 102 1741 13 140.49 Iowa St. 204 128 1594 12 140.93 Oklahoma 207 129 1650 19 157.63 Total Defense Playt Ydt Yd«-pg Nebraska 484 1602 226.9 Kansas St. 563 2370 296.3 Texas Tech 529 2470 308.6 Colorado 487 2197 313.9 Texas A&M 562 2593 324.1 Missouri 456 2568 366.9 Texas 517 2569 367.0 Oklahoma 517 2642 377.4 Oklahoma St. 522 3431 428.9 Kansas 466 3051 435.9 Baylor 533 3181 454.4 Iowa St. 503 3355 479.3 Junior college NJCAA POLL Record Pit 1. Bllnn, Texas (10) 8-0 120 2. Garden City 8-1 96 3. N.D. State-Wahpeton 7-0 94 4. Nassau, N.Y. 6-0 72 5. Ellsworth, Iowa 7-0 70 6. Cofleyville ' 7-1 68 7. East Central, Miss. 7-0 66 8. Dixie College, Utah 7-1 63 9. Snow, Utah 7-1 41 10. Tyler, Texas 7-1 31 11. Grand Rapids, Mich. 8-1 25 12. Butler County 7-2 12 13. Vermilion, Minn. 8-0 10 14.' Montgomery, Md. 7-1 7 15. Hutchinson 7-2 6 High school AP CONSENSUS RANKINGS Class 6A 1. Olathe North, 8-0. 2. Manhattan. 7-0. 3. Lawrence, 7-1.4. Blue Valley Northwest, 8-0.5. Wichita Northwest, 6-2. Clata 5A 1. Liberal, 7-0.2. Sauna Central, 7-1.3. Arkansas City, 7-1.4. Prteburg, 6-2.5. WlnfleM, 6-2. Clata 4A 1. Ulysses, 8-0.2. Fort Scott. 8-0.3. Andale. 80.4. Wellington, 7-1.5. Wamego. 7-1. Class 3A 1. Smith Center, 6-0. 2. Riley County, 8-0. 3. Wichita Collegiate, 8-0. 4. tie. Silver Lake, 7-1, and Norton, 7-1. Class 2-1A 1. Ell-Saline, 8-0.2, tie. Plttsburg Oolgan, 8-0, and Garden Plain, 8-0.4. Frankfort, 8-0.5. Ness :ity, 8-0. Eight-Man I 1. Mankato, 8-0. 2. Little River, 8-0. 3. Blue Valley-Randolph, 8-0. 4. Goessel, 7-1. 5, tie. Centre, 7-1, and Ashland, 6-2. Eight-Man II 1. Sylvan, 8-0.2. Kensington, 8-0.3, tie. Rolla, 8-0, and Triplalns, 7-0.5. Leroy, 8-0. Freshman SALINA SOUTH 20, HUTCHINSON 14 Hutchinson 0 0 8 6 — 14 Sallna South 8 0 12 0 — 20 Hutchinson — Maska (2) ran. Sallna South (6-3) — Billings 6 ran; Moody 45 ran; Ogart 4 ran. PAT — Cooper ran. SALINA CENTRAL 20, GREAT BEND 12 Central 14 6 0 0 — 20 Great Bend 0 0 6 6 —12 Central — Hancock (2) 6 ran, 47 ran; Relnert 25 ran. PAT — Hancock ran. Junior high SOUTH 26, ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 0 South 0 12 6 8—26 Roosevelt-Lincoln 0000—0 South (7-0) — McGrew (3) 3 run, 4 ran, 14 ran; Russell 30 pass from McGrew. PAT — Phetteplace ran. Baseball Major leagues AP ALL-STAR VOTING NEW YORK — Nationwide voting by sports writers and broadcasters lor the 1996 Associated Press baseball all-star team, with name, team and votes received: Flrtt Baae Mark McGwire, Oakland, 80; Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox, 33; Mo Vaughn, Boston, 32; Andres Galarraga, Colorado, 19; Rafael Palmeiro, Baltimore, 3. Second Bate Chuck Knoblauch, Minnesota, 76; Roberto Alomar, Baltimore, 75; Eric Young, Colorado, 13; Craig Bigglo, Houston, 2; Ryne Sandberg, Chicago Cubs, 2. Shortstop Alex Rodriguez, Seattle.,151; Cal Ripken, Baltimore, 6; Barry Larkin, Cincinnati; Rey Ordonez, New York Wets, 2; Omar Vlzquel, Cleveland, 2. Third Baae Ken Camlnlti, San Diego, 139; Jim Thome, Cleveland, 15; Chipper Jones, Atlanta, 6; Robin Ventura, Chicago White Sox, 3; Dean Palmer, Texas, 2. Catcher Mike Piazza, Lo*s Angeles, 113; Todd Hundley, New York Mets, 34; Ivan Rodriguez, Texas, 25; Javy Lopez, Atlanta,.2; Terry Stelnbach, Oakland, 1. Outfield Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle, 105; Albert Belle, Cleveland, 96; Juan Gonzalez, Texas, 75; .Ellis Burks, Colorado, 73; Barry Bonds, San Francisco, 47; Brady Anderson, Baltimore, 32. Designated Hitter Paul Molitor, Minnesota, 108; Edgar Martinez, Seattle, 21; Mark McGwire, Oakland, 17; Juan Gonzalez, Texas, 6; Eddie Murray, Baltimore, 6. Right-handed Pitcher John Smoltz, Atlanta, 149; Kevin Brown, Florida, 20; Greg Maddux, Atlanta, 3; Roger Clemens, Boston, 1; Hideo Nomo, Los Angeles, 1; Andy Benes, St. Louis, 1. Lett-handed Pitcher Andy Pettitte, New York Yankees, 132; Tom Glavine, Atlanta, Denny Neagle, Atlanta, 7; Fernando Valenzuela, San Diego, 3; Jeff Fassero, Montreal, 2. . Relief Pitcher John Wetteland, New York Yankees, 48; Todd Worrell, Los Angeles, 42; Mariano Rivera, New York Yankees, 34; Roberto Hernandez, Chicago White Sox, 10; Jeff Brantley, Cincinnati, 9. POTENTIAL FREE AGENTS NEW YORK — The 125 players potentially eligible lor free agency. Eligible players may file through Nov. 14 (o-team option for 1997; p-player option for 1997; r-under restriction against repeat free agency in a five-year span and may file conditionally pending team decision by Nov. 16 on whether to offer salary arbitration): AMERICAN LEAGUE BALTIMORE (10) — r-Bobby Bonllla, of; Mike Devereaux, of; Pete Incavlglla, of; Roger McDowell, rhp; r-Eddle Murray, 1b; r-Jesse Orosco, Ihp; r-Mark Parent, c; Bill Ripken, 2b; David Wells, Ihp; Todd Zelle, 3b. BOSTON (3) — Roger Clemens, rhp; Mike Maddux, rhp; pr-MIke Stanley, c. CALIFORNIA (3)—Shawn Boskle, rhp; r-Jack Howell, 3b; Rex Hudler, of. CHICAGO (6) — r-Harold Baines, dh; Pat Borders, c; Marvin Freeman, rhp; r-Don Slaught, c; Kevin Tapani, rhp; r-Danny Tartabull, ol. CLEVELAND (6) — Albert Belle, ol; Mark Carreon, ol; r-Dennls Martinez, rhp; o-Kent Men cker, Ihp; r-Tony Pena, c; Eric Plunk, rhp. DETROIT (0) MILWAUKEE (1) — Doug Jones, rhp. MINNESOTA (2) - r-Roberto Kelly, of; p-Paul Molitor, dh. NEW YORK (9) — Mike Aldrele, ol; r-Tony Fernandez, ss; Joe Glrardi, c; or-Dwlghl Gooden, rhp; or-Charlle Hayes, 3b; r-JImmy Key, Ihp; Melldo Perez, rhp; o-Darryl Strawberry, of; p- John Wetteland, rhp. OAKLAND (2)—Jim Corsl, rhp; r-Terry Steinbach, c. SEATTLE (6) — r-Chris Boslo, rhp; Greg Hlb- bard, Ihp; Dave Holllns, 3b; Mike Jackson, rhp; Jamie Mover, Ihp; Terry Mulholland, Ihp. TEXAS (12) - Dennis Cook, Ihp; Kevin Elster, ss; Rene Gonzales, 3b; Kevin Gross, rhp; r-Dar- ryl Hamilton, cl; or-MIke Henneman, rhp; r-Mark McLemore, 2b; r-JeH Russell, rhp; Mike Stanton, Ihp; r-Kurt Stlllwell, 2b; o-Dave Valle, c; p-Bobby Witt, rhp. TORONTO (1) — r-Juan Samuel, 1b. NATIONAL LEAGUE ATLANTA (9) — Steve Avery, Ihp; Ralael Bel- Hard, ss; Mike Bleleckl, rhp; Mark Lemke, 2b; Terry Pendlelon, 3b; r-Luls Polonla, of; Dwighl Smith, ot; John Smoltz, rhp; Jerome Walton, ol. CHICAGO (4) — r-Dave Magadan, 3b; p- Jalme Navarro, rhp; r-Bob Patterson, Ihp; Ryne Sandberg, 2b. CINCINNATI (7) — Eric Davis, oHenny Harris, Inf; r-Kevln Mitchell, of; r-Joe Oliver, c; r- Mark Portugal, rhp; r-Chris Sabo, 3b; Lee Smith, rhp. COLORADO (3) — Eric Anthony, ol; o-Jeft Reed, c; Bret Saberhagen, rhp. FLORIDA (3) — Andre Dawson, of; Craig Ore- bek, Inf; Alejandro Pena, rhp. HOUSTON (7) — r-John Cangelosl, of; Danny Daiwln, rhp; r-Doug Drabek, rhp; Xavler Hernandez, rhp; Klrt Manwaring, c; Gregg Olson, rhp; BUI Spiers, ss. LOS ANGELES (8) — Brett Butler, of; Dave Clark, of; Dellno DeShlelds, 2b; Greg Gagne, ss; Mark Guthrle, Ihp; Scott Radinsky, Ihp; Tim Wallach, 3b; or-Todd Worrell, rhp. MONTREAL (1) — Mark Loiter, rhp. NEW YORK (t) — Alvaro Esplnoza, Inf. PHILADELPHIA (5) — r-Jim Elsenreteh, ol; Sid Fernandez, Ihp; Jeff Parrett, rhp; r-Benlto Santiago, c; o-David West. Ihp. PITTSBURGH (0) ST. LOUIS (9) — Luis Aiicea, 2b; or-Dennls Eckersley, rhp; o-Tony Fosses, Ihp; Gary Gaettl, 3b; Mike Gallego, ss; o-Rick Honeycutt, Ihp; Willie McGee, ol; Tom Pagnozzl, c; r-Ozzle Smith, ss. SAN DIEGO (4) - Chris Gwynn, ol; o-Bob Tewksbury, rhp; Fernando Valenzuela, Ihp; Greg Vaughn, ol. SAN FRANCISCO (2) — r-Shawon Dunston, ss; r-Robby Thompson, 2b. Volleyball College Nebraska-Kearney del. Fort Hays State 15-3, 15-2,15-4 Soccer College men KANSAS CONFERENCE Through Oct. 26 Team • KCAC Overall Kansas Wesleyan 410 11 21 Bethel ' 3 1 1 10 5 1 Tabor 320 860 Bethany 320 691 McPherson 230 3 13 0 Ottawa 1 . 230 2 13. 0 Sterling 1 .3 1 591 Friends 140 5 10 0 Thursday's gamei: Tabor at St. Mary's, Bethel at Kansas Wesleyan (4 p.m.) Saturday's garnet: Ottawa at BetheLFrlends at Tabor, Bethany at McPherson, Kansas Wesleyan at Sterling (3 p.m.) TUESDAY'S RESULTS BETHANY 4, OTTAWA 1 Bethany ' 3 • 1 — 4 Ottawa 01—1 First half — B: McBride (Lambert), 5th minute; B: Lambert (Jaramlllo), 17th; B: Oberg (Lambert), 21 st Second half— 0: Pretty (penalty kick), 62nd; B: Lear (Guillano), 78th Shots on goal — B: 4-5 — 9; 0 7-3 — 10 Saves-8:7-2-9:0:1-5 —6 . High school MCPHERSON 14, WICHITA INDEPENDENT 0 South Central Regional First round Wichita Independent 00-0 McPherson 8 6—14 First half - M: Brown (Malone); M: Brown (unassisted); M: Malone (unassisted); M: Hoover (Robertson); M: Brown (Hoover); M: Bruce (unassisted); M: Hoover (unassisted); M: Slzemore (Buum) Second half: M: Brown (unassisted); M: Sizemore (unassisted); M: Kaufman (unassisted); M: Robertson (unassisted); M: Slzemore (unassisted); M: Brown (Forsberg) . Shotsongoal— WI1-0— 1;M14-20— 34 Saves —Wl 6-12— 18; MC1-0— 1 Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L TPts GF GA Florida 7 0 4 18 36 18 Tampa Bay 5 3 1 11 33 29 N.Y. Rangers 4 6 3 11 40 42 Philadelphia 5 6 0 10 29 30 New Jersey 441 9 22 25 Washington 3 .6 0 6 25 29 N.Y. Islanders 143 5 18 22 Northeast Division W L TPts GF GA Hartford 5 2 0 10 24 19 Buffalo 5 5 0 10 30 32 Montreal 4 4 2 10 42 41 Boston 441 9 30 27 Ottawa 333 9 27 28 Pittsburgh 280 4 23 43 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L TPts GF GA Dallas 8 2 0 16 32 22 Chicago 6 4 2 14 31 29 Detroit 641 13 27 17 St. Louis 5 6 0 10 33 32 Phoenix 451 9 26 27 Toronto 460 8 25 34 Pacific Division W L TPts GF GA Calgary 7 4 1 15 36 26 Colorado 7 4 1 15 44 28 Edmonton 6 5 0 12 37 34 Los Angeles 5 6 1 11 33 40 San Jose 4 5 3 11 35 40 Vancouver 450 8 24 28 Anaheim 162 4 24 44 Monday'! Garnet Phoenix 5, Montreal 4, OT Colorado 1, Washington 0 Tuesday'a Games BoslonS, New Jersey 2 Florida 1, N.Y. Rangers 1, tie Chicago 2,Tampa Bay 2, tie Los Angeles 5, Toronto 2 Wedneaday'a Gamea N.Y. Islanders at Hartford, 6 p.m. Los Angeles at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Washington, 6:30 p.m. Chicago at Florida, 6:30 p.m. Montreal at Delrolt, 6:30 p.m. Buffalo at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. St. Louis al Colorado, 8 p.m. Phoenix al Edmonton, 8:30 p.m. Calgary at San Jose, 9:30 p.m. Vancouver at Anaheim, 9:30 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS CHEYENNE CONFERENCE Kensington 5080 Logan 4171 Northern Valley 4153 Eastern Heights 2353 Moriand 2344 Pateo 1417 Lenora 0617 Last Week's Reaulta Jennings 40, Lenora 13; Logan 42, Eastern Heights 36; Moriand 76, Golden Plains 30; Kensington 46, Northern Valley 0; Ransom 52, Pateo 30. This Week's Garnet Thursday - Golden Plains al Lenora; Kensington at Eastern Heights; Logan at Northern Valley; Pateo at Moriand. COTTONWOOD VALLEY Sacred Heart 5071 Marlon 4162 Chase County 3262 Council Grove 2326 Heringtpn 1426 Remington 0508 Utt We»k't Retultt Chase County 28, Olpe 0; Topeka Hayden 40, Council Grove 0; Ell-Saline 21, Sacred Heart 3; Huston 50, Haringlon 7; Marlon 34, Hlllsboro 0; Sedgwlck 26, Remington 20. This Week'a Garnet Thursday - Chase County at Madison; Council Grove al Peny-Lecompton; Hesston at Marion; Hillboro al Herington; Remington al Peabody; Sacred Heart at Inman. EISENHOWER Centre 6071 Bermlngton 4253 SI John's Military 4253 Hope 3244 Tescott 3335 White City 2435 Solomon 1516 Wakefleld 0508 Latt Week'a Reaulta Benninglon 36, St. John's Military 34; Goessel 50, Centre 48; Hope 79, Emmanuel Christian 30; St. Mary's Academy 54, Solomon 6; Southern Cloud 44, Wakefleld 16; White City 43, Tescott 42. Thla Week'a Garnet Thursday - Centre al Oulvlra Heights; Goessel al Solomon; Hope at White City; Tescott at Chase; Wakefield at Bennlngton. 1-70 Manhattan 4070 Sallna Central 4171 Junction City 2353 Sallna South 2353 Topeka West 1335 Topeka High 1435 Utt Week't Reaulta Junction City 22, Topeka West 13; Sallna South 41, McPherson 26; Salina Central 63, Shawnee Heights 7; Topeka High 36. Leavenworth 32; Manhattan 51 .Washbum Rural 7. Thla Week'a Garnet Friday -Great Bend at Sallna South; Junction City at Washbum Rural; Manhattan at Topeka West; Sallna Central at Topeka Seaman; Topeka High, Idle. MID-CONTINENT Smith Center 6080 Norton 6071 Trego 4262 Stockton 3353 Ellis 3335 Hill City 3335 Plainvllle 2444 Victoria 2426 Phllllpsburg 1517 Osborna 0608 Utt Week'a Reaulta Ness City 53. Ellis 6; Atwood 20, Hill City 8; Smith Center 30, Norton 28 (OT); Trego 24, Oakley 16; Otis-Bison 12, Victoria 8; Obertln 65, Phllllpsburg 0; Plalnville 25, Lincoln 12; Stockton 46, Osbome 6. Thla Week'a Garnet Thursday - Clallin at Victoria; Hoxie at Hill City; Lincoln at Osbome; Ouinler at Ellis; Plalmrtlle at Stockton; Trego al Holslngton. Friday - Phllllpsburg al Norton; Smith Center at Oberiln. ' MID-STATE Hoislnglon 4071 Scott City 3162 Lamed 1244 Pratt 1244 TMP-Marian 0417 Utt Week'* Reaulta Hugolon 41, Lamed 29; Holslngton 58, Leoti 7; Ulysses 33, Pratt 6; Scott City 58, TMP-Marian 8. Thla Week'a Garnet Thuraoay - Scott City al Goodland; Trego al Holslngton. Friday - Colby al TMP-Marian; Pratt al Lamed. NCAA Belott 4071 Southeast-Saline 3171 Belleville 3153 Minneapolis 2244 Ellsworth 1417 Russell 0508 Latt Week't Heaulta Belleville 53, Minneapolis 35; Ellsworth 13, Russell 12; BeWt 31, Southeast-Saline 0. Thla Waek'e Garnet Thuraday - Belleville at Betoit Ellsworth at Smoky Valley; Minneapolis al Southeast- Saline. Friday- Russell at Nfckerson. NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS Wamego 4171 Abilene 3153 Marysville 3253 Chapman 2253 Concordla 1344 Clay Center 0417 Laat Week'a Reaulta Abilene 28, Clay Center 13; Chapman 54, Concordia 32; Marysville 39, Holton 21; Wamego 27, Sabelha 7. Thla Week'a Gamea Thursday - Chapman at Abilene; Sabetha at Marysville; Wamego at Hollon. Friday - Concordia at Clay Center. NORTHWEST KANSAS St. Francis 4071 Goodland 3082 Oberiin 4253 Oakley 4244 Hoxle 3335 Atwood 2435 Qulnter 0408 Colby 0508 Laat Week'a Reaulta Goodland 33, Colby 6; Atwood 20, Hill City 8; Trego 24, Oakley 16; Oberiln 55, Phillipsburg 0; Dlghlon 68, Quinler 7; St. Francis 50, Hoxie 14. This Week'a Garnet Thursday - Atwood at St. Francis; Hoxle at Hill City; Leoll al Oakley; Qulnter at Ellis; Scott City al Goodland. Friday - Colby at TMP-Marion: Smith Center al Oberiln. PIKE TRAIL Mankato 7080 WacondaEas! 6171 a John's Belolt 4262 Hitaest 4263 Pike Valley 4253 White Rock 3435 Jewell 1 6 2 6 North Central 0606 Southern Cloud 0617 Laat Week'a Reaulta St. John's Belort 70, Downs 38; Hlllcresl 60, North Central 14; White Rock 45, Jewell 26; Mankato 54, Waconda East 22; Southern Cloud 44, Wakelleld 16; Wilson 30, Pike Valley 24. Thla Week'a Gamea Thursday - North Central at Jewell; Pike Valley al Mankato; Southern Cloud al Waconda East. Friday - Olathe Christian at SI. John's Be- lolt; White Rock at Hlllcresl. TWIN LAKES Sylvan Grove 5080 Wilson 5162 Lucas-Luray 4244 Tlpton 2325 Downs 2326 Chase 1517 Natoma 0507 Laat Week'a Reaulta Central Christian 50, Chase 0; St. John's Be- lolt 70, Downs 38; Tlpton 50, Natoma 0; Sylvan 66, Lucas-Luray 22;,W!lson 30, Pike Valley 24. Thlt Week'a Garnet Thursday - Lucas-Luray, Idle; Natoma al Sylvan; Tescott at Chase; Tlpton al Downs; Wilson at Little River. WESTERN KANSAS LIBERTY Division I Grlnnell 2061 Sharon Springs 1143 Tribune 1134 Cheylln 0235 Division II Triplalns 3070 Healy-Ultea 2143 Biewsler 1217 Golden Plains 0307 Laat Week'a fleaulta Healy-Utica 34, Brewsler 12; Tribune 48, Cheylln 46; Jennings 40, Lenora 13; Grlnnell 42, Sharon Springs 12; Moriand 76, Golden Plains 30; Triplalns, idle. Thla Week'a Garnet Thursday - Brewsler, Idle; Golden Plains at Lenora; Grinnell at Cheylln; Healy-UUca at Ransom; Tribune at Sharon Springs; Triplalns al Bazlne. OTHERS Ell-Saline 0080 Unn 0061 Smoky Valley 0062 McPherson 0053 Qulvira Heights 0063 Hemdon 0043 Hanover 0044 Canton-Galva 0044 Washington 0034 Clifton-Clyde 0036 Hays 0035 Jennings 0014 Emmanuel Christian 0026 Lincoln 0017 Hillsboro 0008 Utt Week'a Retultt Canton-Galva 39, Inman 22; Ell-Saline 21, Sacred Heart 3; Hope 79, Emmanuel Christian 30; Frankfort 49, Clifton-Clyde 20; Hays 37, Great Bend 6; Linn 56, Hanover 20; Hemdon, Idle; Marion 34, Hlllsboro 0; Jennings 40, Lenora 13; Little River 22, Qulvira Heights 14; Plalnvllle 25, Lincoln 12; Salina South 41, McPherson 28; Smoky Valley 34, Nickerson 0; Washington 44, Valley Heights 21. Thla Week'e Oamtt Wednesday - Blue Valley Randolph al Hanover. Thursday - Canton-Galva at Ell-Saline; Centre at Quivlra Heights; Clifton-Clyde at Washington; Ellsworth at Smoky Valley; Emmanuel Christian, idle; Hemdon, Idle; Hlllsboro at Herington; Jennings, Idle; Lincoln at Osbome; Midway Denlon at Unn. SPORTS DIGEST Feeling better The Associated Press Frank Torre, brother of Yankees manager Joe Torre, watches Tuesday's ticker-tape parade from his hospital bed in New York with his wife Anne. Torre is recovering from a heart transplant. Baseball NEW YORK — Even with the New York Yankees, the World Series had its lowest share of television viewers ever. The Yankees' six-game victory over Atlanta received a 17.4 rating and 29 share on Fox, Nielsen Media Research said Tuesday. The rating — the percentage of television households watching a program — was the third lowest, above only the earthquake-delayed Series between Oakland and San Francisco in 1989 (16.4) and Toronto's victory over Philadelphia in 1993 (17.3). SEATTLE — Seattle, which failed to repeat as AL West champion because it lacked enough starting pitching, acquired left-hander Jeff Fassero in a five-player trade with Montreal on Tuesday. Fassero, 33, was the best pitcher on the Expos this season, going 15-11 with a 3.30 ERA in 34 starts. Montreal, deciding it wanted to lower its payroll even more, has committed ij.self to getting rid of its high-priced veterans. The Mariners also got right-handed minor-league prospect Alex Pacheco from the Expos, sending catcher Chris Widger and pitchers Matt Wagner and Trey Moore to Montreal. Before making the deal, Fassero and the Mariners agreed to a $13.5 million, three-year contract. He gets an $800,000 signing bonus, $3.2 million next season and $4.75 million in each of the final two years of the contract. PHILADELPHIA — Phillies general manager Lee Thomas expects to decide within three days on his next manager, choosing from among third-base coach Larry Bowa, Detroit third-base coach Terry Francona and former Kansas City manager Hal McRae. Football WARRENSBURG, Mo. — Central Missouri will not renew the contract for football coach Terry Noland, who has coached the Mules for 14 years. "We appreciate what Terry has done-for Mules' football, but I have decided that the program needs to move in a new direction," Central Missouri Athletics Director Jerry Hughes said Monday. The Mules are 78-65-2 overall and 61-38-2 in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association under Noland. This season the Mules are 3-5 overall and 1-5 in the MIAA. Noland has the longest coaching tenure among active head football coaches in the MIAA. COLONIAL BEACH, Va. — Two Washington Redskins players were among three persons injured when the car they were riding in overturned Tuesday, police said. State police spokeswoman Mary Evans identified the injured as Cory Raymer, Brian Thure and Garcia Hugo, all 26. Raymer is a second-year center and Thure is a second-year guard. Hugo and Anthony Giordano, a passenger in the 1995 GMC who was not injured, have no connection to the Redskins, according to Chris Helein, Redskins director of media relations. Golf TULSA, Okla. — Tiger Woods' father was discharged from a hospital Tuesday after spending four days undergoing tesjs and observation for chest pains. "I'm glad to be out of the hospital and back on my feet again," Earl Woods said. "I'll take it easy for about a week and then get back into my regular schedule." Woods, 64, was admitted to St. Francis hospital early Friday after arriving in Tulsa to watch his son play in the Tour Championship at Southern Hills Country Club. Neither the family nor the hospital said what was wrong with Woods. General GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Atlantic Coast Conference has produced dozens of national champions in the athletic arena. On financial ledgers, the league has played itself into even more exclusive company. Internal Revenue Service reports obtained by The Associated Press show the nine-member ACC generated $50.8 million in the 1994-95 academic year, the latest period for which records are available. The total is more than any other league that has 10 or less member schools, and it is the second-highest among the NCAA's 10 Division I-A athletic conferences. Only the 12-school Southeastern Conference, with $54.6 million in revenues, generated more. 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